NCAA and CSCAA Division I Survey

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These first three questions are from the NCAA Committee and reference NCAA Qualification.  The next five questions relate to the development of a recruiting timeline and recruiting calendar.  Your responses will remain confidential and you will be emailed a copy of your responses.

NCAA Committee Questions




CSCAA Recruiting Calendar


Check all that apply

Recruiting Timeline

NCAA Proposal 2018-93 standardizes swimming & diving's recruiting calendar with all sports except baseball, softball, basketball, football, hockey and lacrosse.  In March 95.1% of Division I swimming and diving coaches opposed this model, prompting a call for a timeline specific to our sport.  

What start dates would you prefer for each of these two phases?

Phase 1


Phase 2

EVALUATION / DEAD / QUIET PERIODS

The next three questions refer to a recruiting calendar.  Here are the definitions of each:
  • Evaluation Period - You may watch PSAs compete and visit their high schools but may not have face-to-face contact with the PSA or their parents off campus.
  • Quiet Period - You may only have face-to-face contact with a PSA or their parents on your campus.  You may not watch PSAs compete or visit their high schools.
  • Dead Period - You may not have face-to-face contact with PSAs or their parents, watch them compete or visit their high schools

Activity
Dead
Period
Quiet
Period
Evaluation
Period
Watch PSAs compete
No
No
Yes
Visit High PSA's School
No
No
Yes
Face-to-Face Contact On Campus
No
Yes
Yes
Face-to-Face Contact Off Campus
No
No
No
Telephone / Write PSA
Yes
Yes
Yes

Please indicate what (if any) time frames you would be supportive of for each period.

Dead Period Quiet Period Evaluation Period

RECRUITING CALENDAR

When are the most important months of the year to do the following:
Attend Meets Home/Club Visits Official Visits Unofficial Visits Focus on My Team Get Away from Recruiting

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